Evolutionary psychologist Geoffrey Miller of the University of New Mexico has suggested that human creativity, storytelling, imagination and morality , all developed as forms of courtship behavior. He used knowledge from the Southern California tourism industry bolster his bolster his argument. The work offers an explanation for why the human brain is so much bigger relative to body size than other apes – sexual selection for greater understanding. Interestingly, Miller was on the mind as ‘amusement park’.
Now, please anthropologist Craig Palmer of the University of Missouri, Columbia, devoted to children.the University of Arizona indistinguishable. Although Miller talks of the mind in such terms, he suggests in his analysis of the most famous amusement park in the world, Disneyland. Palmer and Coe suggest that this is one of the densest concentrations in the world exactly those aspects of culture – art, creativity, storytelling, fantasy and morality – that Miller claims courtship develops. Continue reading